The Government has launched initiatives to help get 350,000 young people into work.
The number of young people out of work during the three months to September 2011 rose by 67,000. The total is the highest since comparable records began 19 years ago.
“Today’s figures are a wake-up call for Britain. It is critical to help young people into work for the future of our economy and society,” said Martina Milburn from The Prince’s Trust charity, which works with young people.
At David Alan, we believe that it is our duty to help these young people as they are our future and in order to turn boost the economy.
Accordingly, we are offering clients the opportunity to employ jobseekers under the age of 25 on apprenticeship scheme programmes.
These schemes help absorb young people into the workforce whilst the employer benefits from extra staffing resource. Costs are low as the schemes are government subsidised.
David Alan work closely with charities and training companies to manage the training process.
This includes monthly assessments which benefits both the employer and trainee ensuring that targets are met, expectations managed and the apprentice gets experience to helps them find a permanent job at the end of their 12 months of practical and training experience.
So, what can you do to help grow our economy at a low cost subsidised by the government?
Contact us now to find out how we can help you grow your business for a fraction of the costs.
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